Venezuelan police blocks opposition lawmakers the entrance to the Parliament

Venezuelan police blocks opposition lawmakers the entrance to the Parliament

Carlos Paparoni, Miguel Pizarro, Franco Casella and Winston Flores are the Parliament members who could not enter for Tuesday session. They were accused of treason and inciting rebellion by Supreme Court. This is understood as a new strategy of President Nicolas Maduro on allies of opposition leader Juan Guaido and aggravates the political crisis in Venezuela .

Mercedes González
Mercedes González
IIZard
IIZard 1 year

This is what a socialist packed supreme court looks like.

Ognar
Ognar 1 year

This is the same type of democracy the democrats support: https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2015/08/how-google-could-rig-the-2016-election-121548

Stephen
Stephen 1 year

Mmmm... That's some good true Socialism.

Sean Christopher
Sean Christopher 1 year

Yeah let’s see 5 out of 33 supreme court justices have fled the country, the President of the Supreme Court is Maikel Moreno who shot and killed a 19 year old boy in a park but magically is appointed by Hugo Chavez and all of them are been propped up by the Cuban and Russian government and these clowns want to talk about treason lol Good lord someone needs to take these people out back and shoot them... the world would be a better place.

Carcharias
Carcharias 1 year

Remember everyone this is not “real” socialism. It’s something else. I don’t know what, but anything else. Definitely not “real” socialism. Don’t you know, “real” Socialism has never been tried! We should totally give it a try, it will definitely work if we ever do the real thing. 👌

Joshua Bautista
Joshua Bautista 1 year

Good, that weasel guaido tried to seize power undemocratically by announcing himself president when he refused to participate in the election. When international observers were there to question why, he refused to talk to them. He’s a US educated and propped up stooge put in place to set up another right wing govt in Latin America that would murder its own people and kowtow to the US imperialist, siphoning off their resources. Calling Maduro a dictator when he’s allowed this opposition muppet to prance around is comical. If nancy pelosi refused to run in a presidential election and the. Suddenly declared herself president while convincing Americans soldiers to storm the White House and commit a coup she would be arrested and tried for treason. THAT is what guaido attempted to do.

Star Alien
Star Alien 1 year

Hang the traitors.

Bennington
Bennington 1 year

People who support Maduro, how many times a day do you forget to breathe?

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston 1 year

If this is not a clear example of the police obeying their political masters in direct opposition to the principles of justice, nothing will wake the people up to the reality of the excess power given to ordinary people in uniforms.

Philip Vonleipzig
Philip Vonleipzig 1 year

They did let them in today. The problem is that in some respect those lawmakers have incited rebellion. 'Treason' is a bit hyperbolic but Guaido can't simply declare himself president, he wasn't elected. He is just as illegimitate as Maduro if the elections were indeed fraudulent, which they probably were. New elections supervised by the international community (certainly not only the US) should be held to follow the will of the Venezuelan people. Military intervention won't do the country any good.

Unbiased Intent
Unbiased Intent 1 year

Ahh, communism. Wonderful isn't it?

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